Vintage Posters | Polish Art | Roman Cieslewicz

This unique and interesting poster by the great Polish artist Roman Cieslewicz has survived in mint condition for over 48 years. It celebrates the Teatr Wspolczesny (Contemporary Theater) in Wroclaw, Poland. “Zaprasza” means “Invites”, so this promotional work of art advertises and welcomes one to this well-known performing arts theater. Roman Cieslewicz (1930–1996) was a Polish graphic artist and photographer who studied at Krakow Academy of Fine Arts from 1949 to 1955. In 1963, he moved to France and became a citizen there in 1971. He worked as art director of Vogue and Elle magazines, and taught at the Ecole Superieure d´Arts Graphiques in Paris. Cieslewicz was a founder of the famous “Polish School of Posters”. He had over 100 solo exhibitions of prints, photomontage works, posters and photographs in many countries. His works are in the permanent collections of the National Museums in Poland, the Poster Museum in Wilanow, Poland, the New York Museum of Modern Art, Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, Musée d’Arts Décoratifs in Paris, Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, US Library of Congress, Fagersta Stadsbibliotek in Stockholm, as well as in numerous private collections.


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Mounted on linen


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96 x 66.5 cm

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